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Month: December 2018

Thank you PA

Thank you PA

Thank you to our wonderful PA who work hard to help us purchase items to enhance the experiences we can offer our students!! We are  very appreciative  of your hard work and efforts.

Check our the ukuleles the students will get to use next year!!!

The PA have put money into a future running track, musical instruments, technology, tubs for preps and some new sandpit toys.

THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!


Congratulations to these amazing Artists

Congratulations to these amazing Artists

Congratulations to the following artists whose work has been accepted into the Catholic Education Melbourne Visual Arts Exhibition 2019.  Schools from all over Victoria submit work to be exhibited and the standard of Art work is very high.  It is a real honour to have our artworks selected by the curators.  The Exhibition is held at the Catholic Leadership Centre  576 Victoria Parade East Melbourne Tuesday 13 March – Sunday 18 March 2018

Alyssa Chen  Grade Prep

Night Owl


Charlize Chuah Grade Prep

One Fish


Rebecca Orr Prada Grade Two 

Rainforest Bird


Keira Lam Grade Six

Second Sky

Torch Values Skate decks Grade Five and Six Extension Art group

Ella Hoskins, Beatriz Panlilio, Cheyenne Van Ravenstein,            Zander Downie, Keeley Maloney,     Will Ferguson, Audrey Huang

Tolerance, Optimism, Respect, Confidence, Honesty


TORCH Bearers of Term 4

TORCH Bearers of Term 4

Congratulations to Bella, Eden, Trent and Daniel for the massive achievement of being awarded the TORCH bearer of the term at this afternoon’s assembly. These students consistently display the TORCH values of Tolerance, Optimism, Respect, Confidence and Honesty in their respected year levels. These students’ photos will be displayed in our office area as a reminder to always try your best at showing these values.

Artists at work

Artists at work

So proud of the Grade Three and Four students who have been learning to sew over the last few weeks. They learnt how to do running stitch and back stitch and approached learning these new skills with enthusiasm. These were some of the quietest lessons in the art room as they used all their energy to concentrate on their sewing.



This morning we had an award ceremony to present some prestigious awards to our students. The awards were presented by representatives from Local, State and Federal government. We were lucky enough to have the following government representatives available to present the awards.
Mr Alan Tudge ( Federal Member for Aston)
Mr Nick Wakeling( State Member for Knox)
Councillor Lisa Cooper ( Local Member for Ferntree Gully)

Awards and recipients
Aston Shield (James Hunter and Sienna Mallia)
Endeavour Award (Lizzie Dunn)
Scott Award (Lucy Gutteridge)
ASPIRE award (James Zheng)
WONDER award (Mach Yout)
SSV Sports Achievement Award (Cheyenne Van Ravenstein)
Academic Excellence Award (Audrey Huang)

Congratulations to all award recipients !!! You should all be very proud of your achievements.

And more news from the Art Room

And more news from the Art Room

This week we began work on our mural in the breezeway near the Great Space. Earlier in the year the Grade Five and Six artists designed a graffiti character. Each student designed and drew their character onto brick wall type paper.

Three of theses designs have been chosen to feature on our ‘Love is all around us’ mural.

Congratulations to the three artists – Chloe McLean, Aleisha Elliot and Caitlin Paull. The wall is going to look amazing. The girls began work on their characters on Friday. Here’s a sneak peek.


Exciting Projects in the Art Room

Exciting Projects in the Art Room

A group of wonderful Grade Five and Six artists have been busy crocheting, knitting and creating pom poms to ‘yarn bomb’ the vintage bike. Its only just the beginning but it looks awesome. If you get a chance have a look at it, its in the great space next to the library.